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 Shop for Sandy

Shop for Sandy

With the Northeast struggling to recover from Hurricane Sandy, a number of fashion designers and retailers have rallied to help in recovery efforts, donating a percentage of proceeds to various relief organizations and creating one-off items. Check out our roundup of shopping sites and specialty items:

blog-sandy-relief-SoPo-Male2.jpgJake Levine’s “Selfless” t-shirt (above)
Architect and artist Jake Levine has created a SoPo (“South of Power”) tee, with all proceeds donated to hurricane relief efforts: (, $20)

The luxury fashion e-tailer will donate 10% of all proceeds to the American Red Cross through Wednesday, November 7th. (

The DUMBO-based health and beauty online marketplace will donate 100% of profits on appointments booked through Wednesday, November 7th to the Brooklyn Recovery Fund, which aids storm recovery efforts in the borough. (

blog-sandy-relief-joanhornig.jpg Joan Hornig’s “Build Up The Giving” necklace (above)
All proceeds of the sterling silver “Build Up The Giving” mini-hurricane necklace will go towards the relief organization of your choice. (, $80.22)

The Lower East Side-based reworked vintage and sustainable clothing brand is taking 20% off all purchases (use code “refrelief” at checkout) through Thursday, November 8th. Ten percent of sales will go towards the American Red Cross. (

Anthony Logistics For Men, Hair and Body Cleansing Gel in Blue Chamomile
The New York-based line of men’s skincare products will donate 75% of all online proceeds from one of their best-sellers, the aloe vera and sea-kelp infused Hair and Body Cleansing Gel in Blue Chamomile, to Hurricane Sandy relief. (, $35 for the 32 oz. bottle.)

blog-sandy-relief-katelogan.jpgShen Beauty (above)
The Brooklyn-based boutique apothecary is donating 100% of proceeds of all Kate Logan products, like the cultish Brazilian Leg Gloss, to hurricane relief, straight through to Christmas. (

Chantecaille Cosmetics
Olivia Chantecaille’s Manhattan-based luxury skincare and beauty line will donate 20% of all online purchase to the American Red Cross and ASPCA (The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals), through Sunday, November 18th. (

Scoop up pieces from Josie Natori’s elegant lingerie and ready-to-wear collection on the New York designer’s website. 20% of all sales will go to the American Red Cross, through Sunday, November 11th. (

blog-sandy-relief-proportional_940_foto2baja.jpgSebastian Errazuriz “I Still Love NY” and “Manhattan Blackout” t-shirts (above)
The Chilean-born, Brooklyn-based artist created his “I Still Love NY” and “Manhattan Blackout” tees by dip-dying the original tourist versions to resemble flood lines. All proceeds go towards hurricane relief efforts. (, $40)

Mara Hoffman
The Manhattan-based fashion designer will donate 15% of all proceeds to the American Red Cross, through Thursday, November 15th. Use code “iloveny” at checkout. (

Gemma Redux New York
Known for their mixed-metal lapis necklaces and statement cuffs, Gemma Redux will donate 30% of all website sales to hurricane relief, thru November 20th. Use code “sandyrelief” at checkout. (

blog-sandy-relief-dallalonna.jpg Dalla Lonna’s “Scatter of Sparkle” necklace (above)
20% of each purchase of Dalla Lonna’s “Scatter of Sparkle” portafortuna pendant will go to the American Red Cross. (, $415)

The Coveteur
The Toronto-based fashion website, which recently added integrated shopping to its mix, will donate 100% of all e-commerce profits to The American Red Cross. (

The auction site has set up a special page where you can shop for thousands of products to help various hurricane relief nonprofits. Just look for the yellow and blue ribbon. (

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